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La. releases "Most Wanted" poster of deadbeat dads

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Louisiana's social services department has put out a "Most Wanted" list of 18 parents who owe at least $20,000 each in child support.

Combined, the men owe nearly $866,000 to their children. They haven't paid child support in six months or more.

The poster, released Wednesday by the Department of Children and Family Services, includes photos, last known addresses and amounts owed -- along with a hotline to call with tips for tracking the men down.

The poster is viewable at: www.dcfs.la.gov/MostWanted .

Top on the list is Richard Miller, a 53-year-old electrician last known to live in Missouri. He's topped the "Most Wanted" list since 2009 and owes more than $128,000 to his children.

DCFS says there are more than 166,000 cases of unpaid child support in Louisiana.

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